(FOX 11) - Welcome back for an exciting new season of FOX 11 News In Depth hosted by Hal Eisner.
SEGMENT A: People deal with tragedy in many different ways. For Gideon and Jeanne Bernstein it's all about taking something awful and turning it into something positive. That something awful was the murder of their 19-year-old son Blaze. The Bernstein's speak lovingly of their son and candidly about the impact and their hopes of building a foundation aimed at helping people in danger from social media.
SEGMENT B: After the false alarm in Hawaii about incoming missiles we wondered "what if" it happened here or, worse, the real thing. Joining us in studio are Donna Boston of the Office of Emergency Management Director for Orange County and the Captain of LA County's OEM Leonard McCray.
SEGMENT C: This is our look at what's happening with marijuana in Southern California. Its been legal for just a few weeks and we want to learn more about the rollout and wondered how do we tell our kids that something that's been illegal for so long is suddenly legal and okay to buy and use. Joining us in studio are USC sociology professor Avelardo Valdez, Prop 64 co-author Lynne Lyman and Prop 64 campaign worker Jackie Subeck.
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SEGMENT D: Canter's Deli in the Fairfax District is now 70 years old. From where they pickle the pickles to baking the bread we get the lowdown on this LA institution. It's a yummy way to end this first show of the new season.